Hello all, a friend on our allotments has acquired a gooseberry bush called Hinnonmaki 'yellow' (I hope I've got that right, apologies if not). I always thought the idea was to create a goblet shape when pruning gooseberries but this bush (about 2feet high and in its second year) is weeping like a willow. Some of the branches go up then waft back down to the ground, some are even then buried in the soil. It doesn't seem to have a main 'trunk' either. Is this normal? I've tried googling it but keep being told about the classic goblet shape. Is anyone familiar with this gooseberry and the way to prune it? I just like to understand things if I'm not familiar with them. Many thanks to any gooseberry growers out there.